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101. AppleWorks 6.2
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102. Robin Hood: The Legend Of Sherwood
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103. Mail List & Address Book (Mac)
$339.95 list($349.99)
104. Adobe InDesign CS PageMaker Edition
$29.99 $25.97
105. Airburst Extreme (Mac)
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106. DMTS: Inside Final Cut Express
$24.99 $21.02
107. Big Bang Board Games (Mac)
$39.99 $39.29
108. XIII (Mac)
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109. GMP INSIDE APPLES PRODUCTION SUITE
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110. Personal Organizer 4.5
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111. 3D Bridge Deluxe (Mac)
$29.99 $27.56
112. Riddle of the Sphinx 2: The Omega
$69.99
113. Notetaker 1.5
$19.99 $17.99
114. Indiana Jones & The Emperor's
$29.99 $29.81
115. F1 Championship Season (Mac)
$19.99 $17.82
116. X2: Wolverine's Revenge (Mac)
117. Art Explosion 250,000
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118. Pro-Pinball: Fantastic Journey
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119. Blue's Clues: Blue Takes You To
$39.99 $38.55
120. F/A-18 Operation Iraqi Freedom

101. AppleWorks 6.2
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Asin: B00005N525
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 826
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars In terms of value, best productivity suite available
Like some of the other reviewers, I'm rather surprised at the number of negative reviews that Appleworks has received. While it is true that Appleworks is not as powerful as Microsoft Office, it is much less expensive and clearly represents a better value. The word processer part of it (the part that most people will use) is more intuitive and easier to use than Microsoft Word. True, Word is more powerful; but it costs $350 and requires a manual to use. I have never needed to use a manual to use Appleworks. You have complete control of your documents and you don't have to summon up the help application to figure out how to do common tasks like formatting paragraphs or adding links. Those who have mastered the complexities of MS Word and who require its special features may not like Appleworks. But for the rest of us, it more than meets our needs.

Also, one thing more: I have never had any trouble with Appleworks' translators from cwk to word format. I'm not sure why so many people have reported having trouble with it. I translated an entire book from Appleworks to PC MS Word, preserving the formats and special lettering instructions without any trouble at all. In any case, this wouldn't be a problem if people would show more courtesy to non-MS users (Macs and Linux) and not insist on sending them doc formatted files. PDF and rtf are far better cross-platform alternatives.

5-0 out of 5 stars What's not to like?
Ok, I'm am sure that there are features in Word or Excel that some of you might use and the key word is might, but for the other 98% of us. Apple Works is a complete program that is full featured and easy to use. It can save and all of latest Microsoft Office file formats and that is half the battle most of the time with some of the attachments that I receive. Other than that I've been using it for about two months now and it has done everything that I have asked it to do and done it with ease. I have no problems with crashing or quiting unexpectedly under OS X. I start it and it runs and runs and runs. It's a great value even if just to open and looks at an Excel spreadsheet or Word doucument.

Chris

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value Suite of Software
I have been using computer word processors extensively since 1986. In 2001, I switched from being primarily a PC user to being a Mac user. And Appleworks is one of the programs I use the most.

I cannot understand the reviews on this page which slam Appleworks (especially the OSX version) for not being compatible with MS Word. I covert files back and forth from PC to Mac with no problem whatsoever. The best printer I have access to is on a PC at work. I usually write documents at home, convert them to a MS Word document, and email them to myself at work. Then at work the next day I print them. No problem.

There seems to be one glitch if you save files as a rich text file. The translator doesn't know the following characters: " '

But if you save it as a MS Word for Windows 98, 2000, ME file, you don't have this problem.

Apple, keep up the good work. The average Joe or Jane should not have to pay hundreds upon hundreds of dollars to get a solid word processor.

Tom Paine
Benton, LA
ATPaine@Lycos.Com

1-0 out of 5 stars AppleWorks is crap
I have hoped and prayed for a Microsoft alternative. Unfortunately it is a Microsoft world, if you want to communicate with that world on a Mac use Office for Mac, it is brilliant. As much as I tried to move towards Works, I purchased it first, I could not, the spread sheet program in Works alone leaves you on a deserted island.

Save your headaches if you share any files than jump up to Office for Mac, however much that disgusts me to admits, it is a superior product.

1-0 out of 5 stars why upgarde
Editorial review claims Appleworks 6 will translate Word documents with Dataviz translator. Last phrase is the key. Appleworks 6 does no more translation than did Appleworks 5. If you want to manage in the PC world, either buy a PC or buy Dataviz Maclink Plus. Appleworks 6 offers nothing special for compatibility in spite of the misleading editorial review. ... Read more


102. Robin Hood: The Legend Of Sherwood (Mac)
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Asin: B0007IQGAS
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Freeverse Software
Sales Rank: 5730
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103. Mail List & Address Book (Mac)
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Asin: B00018WEKA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Avanquest
Sales Rank: 975
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Features

  • The perfect tool for organizing the names, addresses, and other contact information with just a click
  • Adjust the fonts, colors, logos of your mailing labels and homemade postcards in just a few steps
  • Choose from hundreds of label sizes you can print with a click
  • Thousands of clip art images included
  • Accepts postal codes from other countries and provinces

104. Adobe InDesign CS PageMaker Edition Mac
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B0001AUB58
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 2868
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Features

  • Full version of InDesign CS combined with Adobe PageMaker Plug-in Pack
  • Popular PageMaker tools ease the transition to InDesign
  • Precise typographical control; reliable print workflows
  • Professionally designed templates introduce advanced layout capabilities
  • Integrated Adobe work environment; extensive training materials

105. Airburst Extreme (Mac)
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Asin: B00009K781
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Freeverse Software
Sales Rank: 5531
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106. DMTS: Inside Final Cut Express (W/T)
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Asin: B00006JJO1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Magnet Media
Sales Rank: 3564
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Features

  • Training software for Final Cut Express video editing package
  • Learn by building a skateboarding promotional video
  • Covers all of the essentials for capturing, editing and output
  • Includes professional techniques such as audio editing, compositing, animation, and color correction
  • Multi-platform

107. Big Bang Board Games (Mac)
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Asin: B0006AAO8C
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Freeverse Software
Sales Rank: 5515
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Freeverse's ultimate addition to the Deluxe Board Games
When the Deluxe Board Games was the best there could be, the Big Bang Board Games! It uses the iChat application to play 7 (I think) fantastic games. With the click of a button you can send your "game key" to anyone on your buddy list. Even if your friend dosen't have it, you can send the whole game to him/her with the click of another button. The games are great and the interface is amazing. The backround music is very pretty. Overall, this game is completely worth it. ... Read more


108. XIII (Mac)
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Asin: B000125Q4W
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 4519
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars absolutely brilliant
This is a game you could show non gamers and not feel nerdy in the slightest due to the fact that it is a well drawn 50's comic book story in game format, quite extraordinary! The music is good and touches such as close up squares showing the detail of characters demise add to the proffessional quality of this game. It is quite simply the most visually inventive thing to have been made in the history of gaming.

5-0 out of 5 stars So awesome
I've played this on my friend's PC, and it is SO much fun. First, while some people call the graphics "old fasioned", or something, they do exactly what they are supposed to do- they make it look like a well done comic book. Half of what makes the game so much fun are its comic book aspects, including "tap, tap, tap" written on the screen when someone is approaching and panels across the top or in the corners showing still-frames at certain points in the game. Also, the game actually does have a storyline, and a pretty good one, making it much more than a simple "shoot anything that moves" game. Finally, the gameplay is a ton of fun because, while it does have a lot of the normal 1st person shooter aspects, also you can do irregular things like knocking people out with ashtrays, chairs, beer bottles, etc. and then carrying these people's bodies to other areas to hide them. ... Read more


109. GMP INSIDE APPLES PRODUCTION SUITE ( BUNTRAINAPP )

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Asin: B0006BC5T2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
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110. Personal Organizer 4.5

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Asin: B00006L4F8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Chronos
Sales Rank: 5153
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Create Gantt charts for project scheduling
  • Learn and use a single application for time, to-do, contact and memo management
  • Use built-in spell-checker to correct spelling in built-in word processor, journal, memos, and notes
  • Store miscellaneous information in the highly flexible Memo view which also synchronizes to Palm organizers
  • Create and view multiple private and public accounts at once

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best PIM software for the Mac
Personal Organizer is by far the most powerful yet user friendly personal information manager that exists for the Mac platform.It runs flawlessly on OS9 through OS 10.3.Lets touch upon a few of this program's many strengths: ability to display multiple views (month, week, day, notes, custom lists) simultaneously; ability to assign multiple categories to names, appointments, to-dos and memos; ability to make individual entries private to avoid unintended viewing of sensitive data; ability to link calandar entries to individual contact entries; and reliable synchroniztion to Palm compatible organizers.It also has a daily journal feature. The main drawback is that the software has not been updated in two years, which makes one wonder if any future updates are forthcoming and how that might impact future software/hardware compatibility issues.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good but poor customer service
Excellent software - did not need an update since installing it under OSX 10.0 or 10.1, now running under 10.3.4 - and it outperforms rival products. Many options, customizable, rich in features.
However, the company never responds to questions, does not provide holiday calendars (you can make them yourself, but that's not a strong point obviously), and it did not provide updates in the last two years. Forf example, the export / import facility is in need of improvement (Address Book...).

They have started to advertize their product aggressively - I hope, they will now also do something with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent organizer for Mac
At first, I was overwhelmed by all this could do but quickly caught on and fell in love with it! Lots of helps to get the most out of this fully customizable organizer. A must for anyone who uses mac and who loves efficiency. Highly recommended software. ... Read more


111. 3D Bridge Deluxe (Mac)

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Asin: B0006VC3VC
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Freeverse Software
Sales Rank: 5669
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Features

  • Try out multiple bidding styles - Weak 2 Bid, Weak Jump Overcalls, Takeout Doubles, Cuebids for Slam Bidding, Blackwood Convention, Gerber Convention, Stayman Convention and Jacoby Transfers
  • 3D animated, interchangeable, talking opponents -- or play against real people and get rankings on the GameSmith Game Server
  • Built-in voice recognition

112. Riddle of the Sphinx 2: The Omega Stone (Mac)
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Asin: B00014VTK0
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Dreamcatcher Interactive
Sales Rank: 4452
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Travel to the ends of the earth in search of a lost history in this epic adventure
  • Stunningly realistic 3D replications of the world's most mysterious sites
  • Real-time environmental effects with full 360-degree environment exploration
  • Over 50 hours of immersive gameplay with puzzles and challenges throughout
  • Animations, video, and cut scenes, with in-game, real-time animations and video

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Childpay
This is a logic game, but is tedious if you are looking for a brainteaser. It is an endless saga of clearing mini-puzzle after mini-puzzle , most that are predictable and simple. A few are more challenging. This game could be good for 8 to 12 year olds, but older people may lose interest. Simple, but acceptable graphics. Point and click to play.

5-0 out of 5 stars New Adventure Game for the Mac (Panther)
I just received my copy of DreamCather's "The Omega Stone" for Mac OS X. I've only just started the game so this review is about my initial reaction to gameplay in general and not about the game itself. Hey, so far so good. The graphics are first rate as well as some nice background Egyptian-like music. My Mac is an iMac 17" FP, G4 800 MHz, 768RAM and OS X (10.3.2 Panther). No problems whatsoever. Downloading the game was a snap, just a simple click and it installs into your Applications folder. I have a feeling that I will be playing this game for a long while. Lot's to explore. It's been awhile since DreamCatcher has made a video game for the Mac. This is to my knowledge the first game by them for the Mac that's actually native to OS X. My other 2 DreamCather games, Dracula's Resurrection and Dracula:The Last Santuary both had to be played in OS 9.2. Nice job Dreamcatcher and thanks for supporting the Mac. ... Read more


113. Notetaker 1.5
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Asin: B0000AZVVS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: AquaMinds
Sales Rank: 4923
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114. Indiana Jones & The Emperor's Tomb (Mac)
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Asin: B0000C0ZBZ
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Aspyr Media
Sales Rank: 2502
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars The missing System Requirements
Please disregard the stars rating, I haven't played the game.
Here's the System Requirements:

Mac OSX 10.2.5
800 MHZ PowerPC G4 or better
256 MB RAM
32 MB Radeon 7500 / GeForce 2 class 3D hardware acceleration required
64 MB Radeon 9000 / GeForce 4 Titanium or better recommended
2 GB free on Hard Disk

5-0 out of 5 stars If Adventure has a name.....
...it must be Indiana Jones.

There are dozens of games featuring Indiana Jones, and this seems to be best of them so far. The puzzles are challenging, with enough twists and turns that you can shake a stick at. All of the moves/items Indy uses are action packed full of fun. Obviously, it gets harder the deeper you get into the game, but that's what makes it an adventure. My sister and I just love it!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended for Indiana Jones Fans
If you like Indian Jones movies (and who doesn't?) and have a Macintosh, this is the game that's hard to beat. I've read that some don't like the control scheme, but after a little practice I found it fairly intuitive--just point Indiana with the mouse and press 'w.' My only gripe would the lack of a 'walk' mode. This is purely an esthetic however since there is a 'stalk' mode that is the equivalent. The best part about the game is the combat engine. All of Harrison Ford's characteristic moves are well modeled and the enemy AI is relentless and clever. I have an iMac 1.25 Ghz with 768 MB ram and was able to play in the high resolution mode with no trace of slow down. ... Read more


115. F1 Championship Season (Mac)
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Asin: B0001MBASS
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 6902
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116. X2: Wolverine's Revenge (Mac)
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Asin: B0000A33W7
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Aspyr Media
Sales Rank: 8673
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars An Avid Mac Gamer
I bought X2: Wolverine's Revenge a couple months ago with high hopes of it becomming a new fixation of mine, like Warcraft 3 The Frozen Throne (as dissimilar as they may be). Though it wasn't a bad game it simply didn't deliver as much as I had hopped.
A few years back I downloaded a demo of Oni from a MacAddict CD and absolutely loved it, the whole hand-to-hand combat thing really did it for me. When I read a little about X2 I immediatly though of Oni. Let me tell you this, regardless of whether you liked Oni or not X2 isn't too much like it, that may be a good or a bad thing it's up to you.
Probably the main reason I gave this game a 3 was due to it's difficulty, I had to cheat through the last four levels just to complete the game it was so hard for me. I don't concider myself to be a fantastic gamer but I'm not new to games either, definently concider this difficulty issue before purchasing. It wasn't just the last four levels that I found tough, from about level six or so things got pretty tricky, even when I had only progressed half way through the game I encountered levels that literally required me to replay them over thirty times or more, that probably seems like a staggering number but I was working completely by trial and error, mostly error. I imagine most people would figure out a level way faster than this but it will no doubt frustrate you, if you hate frustration don't order this game unless you find it REALLY cheap.
On a different note the game has a few good sides, the graphics are nice, not blow your mind nice but still good. The sound is also quite decent, particularly the soundtrack (most of the time anyway) which features a fair number of tracks. Gameplay is alright, it's pretty linear and you can only proform a handful of moves but special moves called strike moves are very cool to watch anyway (as you don't actually control Wolverine as he executes these). The stike moves will become more powerful and cooler to watch as you complete more levels, I found the whole stike move idea both fun and origional.
You should have no problem running the game on you Mac, I used a dual 1 GHz tower with a GeForce 4MX video card and although that's easily above the system requirements I never even came close to expirencing any low frame-rates while fighting off a room full of dumb enemies (so lesser systems should do OK most of the time anyway).
To sum it up I enjoyed some of Wolverines Revenge but it was just to frustrating to recommend full heartedly.
(You may also want to note that the default control settings were terrible as many reviews said, I remapped them like Oni's (all around the wasd area) and it worked great). ... Read more


117. Art Explosion 250,000

Asin: B00001XDXT
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Nova Development
Sales Rank: 3708
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118. Pro-Pinball: Fantastic Journey (Mac)

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Asin: B00005EAY7
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Graphic Simulations
Sales Rank: 5369
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars the pinball game with the most sights and sounds!
I have bought this game and it has been really great. The best things about it are the tubes the ball slides through. There are loads of them. The sounds are excellent, the game feels very realistic and looks good. It is a little bit expensive compared to other games I've bought. The instructions are a bit hard to understand and there are a lot of key commands for nudges etc. but you don't need to know that anyway. Hours of fun!

5-0 out of 5 stars And you can play at 3:00 a.m., if you want!
An excellent simulation of arcade pinball. It can be adjusted for many skill levels, and has many features that allow you to explore the beautiful artwork. My only complaint is a bug when one of the apparatuses works, but as I'm hardly ever good enough to get to that point, it's not really a problem.

5-0 out of 5 stars soooo real you'll flip!
The pro-pinball series is the best. If you've played any other computer pinball simulations, be ready to be impressed. See the entire gamespace reflected in the spinning balls, listen to great music, follow an entertaining and humorous plot. This game is not one of those that you play a couple of times and then put away forever; the gameplay is as infinitely variable as the physics modeling is realistic. You can adjust any aspect of the game from flipper strength and table angle to the scoring. You can even let the game "run in" and "run down" as would a real table in your basement. This game was designed as if it were in the real world. An amazing accomplishment. Also look for their previous title: Big Race USA! If you spent hours playing pinball as a kid, grab this game and leave your quarters behind. If you've always been curious about who or what a "pinball wizard" is, now's your chance. Really a perfect blend of game and computer. ... Read more


119. Blue's Clues: Blue Takes You To School
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Asin: B0002H7ZAE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 1151
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Features

  • Have fun with Blue while discovering school is cool
  • 3 levels of learning for extended gameplay
  • Familiar songs from the TV series
  • Promotes creative expression through music and art
  • Ideal for children aged 3 to 6

120. F/A-18 Operation Iraqi Freedom
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Asin: B00062VFEC
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Graphics Simulations Corporation
Sales Rank: 5684
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Review for the Alaska Apple Users Group
I mentioned in a recent review that there was a lack of combat flight simulators for the Mac. Now, with Graphsim's release of F/A-18: Operation Iraqi Freedom, there's one more cat in the fight!

Hornet is a fairly accurate simulation of the Navy and Marine Corps' premier multi-role fighter. The nature of the aircraft provides a lot of variety in missions; both air-to-air and air-to-ground, which explains a lot of Hornets lasting popularity.

Its return is most welcome. The previous release, F/A-18 Hornet: Korea, has been on sale for a long time and was a great sim, but has been left in the dust by advancements in console and Windows games. Unfortunately, this new version doesn't bring Hornet back up to par.

OIF is little more than Korea running natively in Mac OS X. It does sport a few improvements and the campaign has moved from southeast Asia back to the Iraqi theater familiar to Hornet 2 pilots, but by and large it is still the same game that was considered old five years ago.

Not only have there been few upgrades, but some things have actually gotten worse. The useful user interface found in previous versions has been replaced by a simplified but less informative menu system. Options that don't fit neatly into the limited menus, such as network setup and callsign changes, now appear in unsightly Classic-style dialog boxes. Functionally, the weapon load out and mission briefing screens actually provide much less information than they used to.

You usually have wingmen, but the AI hasn't been improved. On my first flight back at the controls I got to watch "two" turn into a lawn dart while trying to put guns on a bandit that was already crashing all by itself.

In the cockpit there's no longer a free-look control; you're now restricted to fixed perspectives or a target padlock.Further, whenever you switch the camera to follow another vehicle your game play is interrupted by a "synchronizing view" message that interrupts the flow of your mission and makes long-range visual IDs a pain.

What's more disappointing is that the simulation itself has received so little work. The F/A-18 is still the only texture-mapped aircraft in the game and the variety of friendly and enemy units hasn't increased.

On the up side, the terrain is now textured with satellite images that are a significant improvement over previous versions. It's not as nice as the leading Windows sims, but it does look pretty good from about twenty thousand up. Of course that just makes the flat shaded polygon aircraft seem even more out of place. All of this does drive low system requirements and high performance though.

It's pretty obvious that the only real progress has been in the background. It's a Carbon port so it doesn't require Classic to play and HID support has been added so most new sticks and other controls will work fine. No progress was made in the multiplayer department though. The UI is ugly, requires manual IP address entry, and lacks the GameRanger support that Korea had.

It's clear that Graphsim is not as active as it used to be. The result is a release whose age is accentuated by the two-year gap between the Windows and Macintosh versions. The bottom line, though, is not that Hornet hardly competes with modern Windows flight sims.

The bottom line is that this modest update still makes it the only combat flight sim you can buy in an Apple Store for OS X. Here's hoping that the competition heats up soon! ... Read more


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